Tag Archives: Missing The Point

Talking with Imaginary Friends

It’s more important to be able to write a strong conversation than a strong plot.  If you want to write a good story, you first need to be able to write solid dialogue.  If you can do that, plot is relatively easy. NOTE:  I said relatively.  It still isn’t all that easy. But in my […]
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Flawed

A flawed character is not the same thing as a damaged or negative character.  In fact, a character can be good and noble and nearly perfect and still suffer from a flaw that keeps his stories interesting. I think of Superman as a perfect example.  Superman is a flawed character.  His flaw is his unflinching […]
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Arc-Less

I miss tough guys.  Guys without character arcs.  Characters who who show up, kick some ass, and then go home basically unchanged.  They aren’t shallow characters.  They’re simple and direct, and they get the job done.  They aren’t there to learn about themselves.  They’re there to shoot aliens and stop supervillains and otherwise have daring […]
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